This fundraising poster from the New Zealand National Savings Committee was produced in 1941. It appeals to Māori to lend money to the government's National Savings scheme through the Post Office, so soldiers can be provided with food, weapons and uniforms. It was unusual for posters to be produced in te reo Māori (the Māori language) – possibly because government messages were usually delivered orally on marae.
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